What you can expect from the Hawaiian Pancake Factory is an abundance of whipped cream piled high on light, fluffy pancakes, complete with syrup flooding the plate, and more. With a selection of eight different flavors, from mango and coconut to chocolate and banana, a food coma is in sight. Beyond pancakes, they offer a wide variety of drinks, from Hawaiian tropical fruit juices to Hawaiian beers. The pancake house is a go-to place for a relaxing, holiday mood.
8F Yodobashi Umeda, 1-1 Ofukacho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, +81661318841
Specializing in teas, from royal milk tea to tea-soda, this quaint little shop offers up a small menu. Besides tea, they do three types of cake: brandy cake, chocolate, and orange cake. They also do their own special kind of cake called a ring pancake – crispy on the outside with the texture of a rice cake on the inside. They douse it in tea-flavored syrup and serve it up with ice cream. For any tea fanatic, head over to TeeTa and try their delicious cake selection.
4-7-10 Nishitenma, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, +81 663 120 005
Sitting on the first floor of the Ritz-Carlton, Splendido provides an Italian-themed brunch buffet, which is a little bit on the pricey side. However, you are treated to a great range of dishes, from a cheese and fish selection, to a variety of hot dishes. There is also a medley of pasta and vegetable dishes. With such a range to choose from, all prepared by the hotel’s gourmet chef, you are certain to have a filling and delicious brunch experience at the Ritz.
1F The Ritz Carlton Osaka, 2-5-25 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, +81 663 437 020
Sitting in a prime location in Umeda, Roll Madu is famous for their spongy roll cakes. Coming in several flavors, customers are encouraged to order a selection of roll cakes with a cup of coffee. If roll cakes don’t suit your tastes, they have a nice range of desserts including fresh Belgian waffles. Roll Madu is the perfect place for a light, sweet meal if you’re planning on snacking on all the Japanese street food in Osaka throughout the day.
BF2 Herbis Ent. Plaza, 2-2-22 Umeda, Osaka, Japan, +81 663 464 877
A New York-style restaurant, Sarabeth’s serves an all-day breakfast. You can order a plate of fresh fruits and follow it up with the famous lemon and ricotta pancakes. They also have a variety of French toasts and a wide range of eggs, including the brunch classic, eggs Benedict. From 11am, they start serving more lunch foods, as well such as macaroni and cheese, and club sandwiches. Be sure to check out Sarabeth’s if you’re looking for a more traditional western brunch.
BF1 LUCUA 1100, 3-1-3 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, +81 663 427 722